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Synonyms for cartographer

a person who makes maps


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If this book wants to be a roadmap of modern cartography, then its cartographer has not met Robinson's criteria for our craft.
That certainly was not a bad run and Cartographer might be the one here.
That, as much as the last cartographer, may have given the show its energy of strange anticipation and promise.
For many cartographers, obtaining patronage through artistic hyperbole was the only means of pursuing their work professionally.
Security forces seized documents and computers from cartographer Khalil Tafakji's office in the east Jerusalem neighborhood of Beit Hanina.
The 1507 map grew out of an ambitious project by cartographers in St.
She will also discuss his role as military architect and cartographer and will show us why she thinks he was the originator of Twitter, Instagram and the Google Map.
You will also be able to view maps of Cyprus by the French Friar Vincenzo Coronelli, Dutch cartographer, atlas maker and publisher William Blaeu, Dutch cartographer Gerard Van Keulen and French geographer and cartographer Jean Baptiste Bourguignon D'Anville.
When we woke, our hair had turned to white and the pile of clothes-- the lake kept quiet the dock further out than we'd lived before I heard the faraway voices-- of other students now awake questions trapezing through the air like tuning keys before a fugue We didn't speak-- when my ring slipped silver and blue into the water below-- I knew it had vanished along with the strength to live on-- to accept another self Susan Rich ( is the author of four collections of poems: Cloud Pharmacy, The Alchemist's Kitchen, Cures Include Travel, and The Cartographer's Tongue/Poems of the World.
1415 in Radkersburg; time of death unknown) was a German cartographer of the 15th century.
She said: "Maggie is a 40 year old cartographer who leaves Oxford to exile herself in a village on the Caithness coast.
Now, in The Cartographer's Paradox, it carries the load of a strangely jumbled up world with uprooted continents and upside down countries.
Tariq, a Muslim determined to attend Oxford and to avoid being tangled in the riots, sees his chance when a British cartographer needs an assistant; through his point of view, as he tries to distance himself from some of his own people, the reader is directly in the heart of his desperation.
It would have been put there earlier but someone murdered the local cartographer.